SEA

Seattle WA - SeaTac

About The Airport

Also known as Sea-Tac, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the main passenger airport serving Seattle. It has a Central Terminal and 2 satellite buildings (North and South).

TERMINAL INFORMATION

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Free Wi-Fi is available at the airport.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is 21km south of downtown Seattle.

Taxi - Taxi stands are on the 3rd floor of the parking garage. You can choose between standard and 8-10 passenger vehicles.

Bus - Sound Transit Express routes stop on the lower drive of the main terminal. Other buses stop on International Boulevard, the street next to the Sea-Tac Airport LINK Light Rail station.

Train - the LINK Light Rail system operates between the airport and the city. You'll find the station on the 4th floor of the airport parking garage. Trains run every 7-15 minutes.

Hotel shuttle  - many local hotels - such as the Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport, Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport and Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport - provide free shuttle buses for guests.

Car rental - you can take the free 24-hour shuttle service to the car rental offices from the north and south ends of the main terminal, after Baggage Claim.

Limousine - to order a limousine, use the touchscreen Travelers' Information Board in Baggage Claim or make your way to the Ground Transportation Booth on the 3rd floor of the parking garage.

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Parking

The parking garage has spaces for both long- and short-term parking. There's a monthly parking program for frequent travelers and coupons for daily rates. Skybridges link it with the terminal building.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

Shuttle trains connect various parts of the airport. If your flight is from a C or N Gate, the North Train Loop will take you there from the Central Terminal. Flights from B and S Gates are accessed by the South Train Loop.

Healthy Travel Tip

If you're feeling stressed or just in need of some relaxation, why not try a foot or chair massage at the Massage Bar? You'll find it after Security at the N Gates.

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